I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream…Vincent Van Gough

Join us this year for a Starry Night at the fourth annual My Princess & Me Dance on February 6th, 2016. This is an amazing event for dads, grandpas, uncles, friends or father-figures to escort their special girl to an enchanted evening and make them feel like a princess. Enjoy dancing, desserts, photos, surprise princess guests, and more at this fun evening for girls ages 4 to 13.

Last year we had more than 400 attendees join us and it was a night to remember for all the princesses and their father-figures. For more information about the dance, please take a minute to look at the F.A.Q.s as well as the media from previous dances.

The dance will be held in the gym on the NP3 campus in Natomas, the address is 3700 Del Paso Rd. Sacramento, CA 95834.

The My Princess & Me Dance is a Natomas community event benefiting Westlake students.

For more information on Westlake Charter School click HERE

Tickets

TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!

 

Tickets for the dance will be on sale until February 1st or until guest limit is reached.  Ticket sales are limited to 400 guests total! Be sure to get your tickets early!

Tickets will not be sold at the door.

The cost is:

  • $35 per couple
  • $10 for each extra princess
  • $15 for each extra father figure

Event Photos

Just as in previous years, professional photographers will be on hand to capture the event. This year Elizabeth Vincent Images and Valley Images Photography are providing their services for the event.

“Formal” pictures will be taken at your leisure towards the back part of the gym. Princess pictures and candid pictures are taken throughout the night as well.

All pictures will be free to download about one week after the event.

F.A.Q.s

Please take a moment to read the information below, it will be very helpful in assuring an amazing evening for you and your Princess!

Safety - There will be close to 400 people in attendance at the dance, and safety is of utmost importance. We will do our best to provide a safe environment, but to help we ask that you keep your princess supervised at all times. The only entrance and exit from the event should be through the front doors. Also, please be careful walking to and from the parking lot.

Parking - Parking is very limited. If parking is full, there are spaces in the Walgreen's parking lot,  about a block away. Car-pooling is highly recommended. To download a parking map for the event click here.

Times - You are encouraged to arrive around 5.30 in order to park and line up for check in. Doors will not open until 5.45. The dance officially starts at 6:00 ends at 8.00.

Refreshments - Light refreshments will be provided: brownies, cookies, popcorn, water, lemonade , etc. Allergy sensitive choices will be available.

Attire - This is semi-formal event. Men are encouraged to make it a special night for the princesses, and part of that is being fancier than normal.

Phones - We understand the use of phones for pictures, but please try to spend the two hours focused solely on your princess, not on your phone.

Courtesy - This is a volunteer-run fundraiser event; everyone helping has volunteered a lot of time and effort to make this great event happen. Please use common courtesy towards the volunteers and guests alike, we want this to be a great evening.

More about Westlake

Westlake Charter School is a K-8 public school created by parents and educators in the Natomas area. They opened their doors in 2005 and continue to grow, serving more and more students each year.

Westlake Charter School students are EXPLORERS! The curriculum focuses on diversity and appreciation of different cultures, while promoting academic excellence and foreign language acquisition. They offer various specialty classes to all of our students including Art, Physical Education, and Spanish. The middle school program focuses on Math, Science and Technology and is executed through the use of technology. Westlake Charter School has small class sizes of approximately 22-24 students in K-3rd grade and 29 students in 4th-8th grade.

WCS’s primary mission is to prepare elementary students with the skills necessary for life-long learning by providing a physically and emotionally safe learning environment that supports academic risk-taking, invites student participation and structures cooperative learning experiences.

For more information visit WCS online at westlakecharter.com